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    • Look in the PGM-FI section.  That's where the error codes are listed.
    • Jeepwm69! I do have an OEM temp/coolant sensor I’ll try to install it after work today. Also do I need to reset any thing to clear the flash code?
    • Hi jeepwm69 Thanks for the reply! the fan temp light is on and I have the fan unhooked at the moment! The 2 pin connector for the temp sensor broke off so I replaced it with an eBay one! Could that be the problem?   I do have the repair manual on file but couldn’t locate the troubleshooting part for fi light codes.
    • Welcome aboard.  The factory service manual is available free in PDF format at the top of the page right below the header (service manuals"   Code 7 should be the temp sensor on the head right next to the spark plug.  Is your fan on and temp light on as well?    
    • Goober thanks for the reply! I don’t have any clue on what’s going on but when I finished installing the clutch disc and installed the motor, the transmission was stuck in gear! I had to rock the atv back and forth to get it out and into neutral.
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